Was there ever a planet, where u said... "Surely that's good enough?"

Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by Guy Gardener, Sep 1, 2012.

  1. Alpha Flyer

    Alpha Flyer Lieutenant Commander Red Shirt

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    Re: Was there ever a planet, where u said... "Surely that's good enoug

    I feel time zone disadvantaged. You guys from down under have all these great discussions while I'm in bed ... No fair.
    On the other hand, it gives a great opportunity to pile in with a collective statement.

    Reading between the lies -- well, dear, I do that professionally and believe me, you need more than a nose clip and rubber gloves. How about a hazmat suit, armed guards and a geiger counter? :cardie:

    So our friend GG is a smartypants, eh. Thanks for whoever pointed it out -- I'd never have guessed... :lol: As for what's in them, emm ... no comment. Some things are best left to the imagination the younger generation seems to lack.

    As for age? Age is not for sissies, but as Indiana Jones said, it's not the years, it's the mileage. I wear both with pride. Hell, I even stopped dying my hair! :-)

    Have a great day all -- it's a holiday here!!!
     
  2. Fruitcake

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    Re: Was there ever a planet, where u said... "Surely that's good enoug

    As to time zones I end up staying up waaay too late because just as I'm about to go to bed Europe shows up.
     
  3. Guy Gardener

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    Re: Was there ever a planet, where u said... "Surely that's good enoug

    Well if you need the Final Countdown cranked up to 11, in a loop on your winamp to keep your peepers from drooping, you're a stronger lass than I.
     
  4. SimpleLogic

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    Re: Was there ever a planet, where u said... "Surely that's good enoug

    One that suspiciously looked like a worn down Mayberry? :techman:

    Seriously though they could have done so much more to make the crew's journey seem more perilous but they chose not to, for the most part. One minute they are desperately searching for fuel but by the next episode everyone is using up the holodeck like there is no tomorrow. I do enjoy Voyager but admittedly it could have been so much better in terms of them being lost and getting home.
     
  5. TiberiusMaximus

    TiberiusMaximus Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

    Re: Was there ever a planet, where u said... "Surely that's good enoug

    One of these days, I'm going to be reading a Guy Gardener thread while eating, and then I'll start laughing and choke to death and die.
     
  6. Guy Gardener

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    Re: Was there ever a planet, where u said... "Surely that's good enoug

    You can't shame me into adding advisory warnings.
     
  7. TiberiusMaximus

    TiberiusMaximus Fleet Captain Fleet Captain

    Re: Was there ever a planet, where u said... "Surely that's good enoug

    Meh, I'm not worried. There are worse ways to die.
     
  8. Fruitcake

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    Re: Was there ever a planet, where u said... "Surely that's good enoug

    That describes them all post-TOS. The Killing Game is the only thing that redeems holodeck stories. I'd have spent years trashing the holodeck except in the back of my mind are always the words "the killing game".